Women Who Code Mentorship Program 3.0: Week 3

  1. Use the word limit wisely and fully, and avoid writing generic answers.
  2. Always try and include a personal touch in all of your answers. For example, instead of writing the generic answers include your personal stories and ideologies in it.
  3. Talk about all your achievements and how you want to see yourself in future.
  4. Get your application reviewed by atleast 2 experienced people be it your seniors, friends and teachers as it is very important for your answers to be grammatically correct as well as for better suggestions.




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